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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




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On a large lot, surrounded by a wall and a few gates, on the bank of Todos os Santos Bay, the São Joaquim Fair is Salvador's largest free trade fair, located in the Commerce district, the fair has great importance in cultural history and reliiosa Of the city of Salvador, Bahia. Founded in the late 60's after the old Agua dos Meninos fair was destroyed by a major fire in 1966. An environment of great miscellany, separated by dark, damp corridors in which most resemble alleys. In a square space with a little more than 5 meters you can taste a fruit, buy a shirt from the club of the heart, taste of an ox buchada, drink a cachaça and break, if you still have time, give a deal in the hair And to enjoy some dozens of photocoling of the most varied models that have passed through men's magazines in the last decades. On a tour of these corridors it was possible to see men drinking while looking with suspicion and disapproval at the photographer who wielded a camera when entering one of these if it is possible to see two men who used a handmade pipe, where each one took a drink and Passed on to the other, while continuing on this same corridor is asked what he wanted and what he was looking for, then and in a rude way ask him to leave that space, because there would not have anything of his interest. No record can be had.
Reference point for people of Afro religions, the fair houses dozens of BOXs in which clothes, leaves and herbs can be bought, count threads, holy images, orishas tools and even live animals (chickens, goats and kids are the most For rites and ceremonies. SALVADOR, BAHIA - Brazil - 11/2016 - Photo: Diego Assis




Rural house in Mahebourg, Mauritius

Mahebourg, Mauritius - Jan 14, 2017. Facade of a cheap hotel in Mahebourg, Mauritius. Mahebourg is a small city on the south-eastern coast of Mauritius.




Street in Port Louis, Mauritius

Port Louis, Mauritius - Jan 14, 2017. A bus running on street in Port Louis, Mauritius. Port Louis is the country economic, cultural, political centre and most populous city.




Street in Port Louis, Mauritius

Port Louis, Mauritius - Jan 14, 2017. People walking on street in Port Louis, Mauritius. Port Louis is the country economic, cultural, political centre and most populous city.




Old stone castle in Port Louis, Mauritius

Old stone castle at sunny day in Port Louis, Mauritius.




Street in Port Louis, Mauritius

Port Louis, Mauritius - Jan 14, 2017. Cars run on street in Port Louis, Mauritius. Port Louis is the country economic, cultural, political centre and most populous city.




Street in Port Louis, Mauritius

Port Louis, Mauritius - Jan 14, 2017. A woman standing on street in Port Louis, Mauritius. Port Louis is the country economic, cultural, political centre and most populous city.




Street in Port Louis, Mauritius

Port Louis, Mauritius - Jan 14, 2017. People and vehicles on street in Port Louis, Mauritius. Port Louis is the country economic, cultural, political centre and most populous city.




River scene in Mahebourg, Mauritius

Mahebourg, Mauritius - Jan 14, 2017. River scene with wooden boats in Mahebourg, Mauritius. Mahebourg is a small city on the south-eastern coast of Mauritius.





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